PERSONAL TRAINING

What is the best diet for me?

What is the best diet for me?

How should I exercise?

How should I exercise?

How do I get a flatter stomach?

How do I get a flatter stomach?

Should I eat carbs?

Should I eat carbs?

It can be confusing trying to figure out where to start when you’re trying to improve your health and fitness. There’s more information out there than ever before, on the internet, social media, in fitness programmes and cookbooks - even supermarkets are selling gym equipment yet still people are more confused than ever before and don’t know how to take that first step towards a healthier lifestyle. I can’t blame them! I believe my role as a personal trainer is to simplify health and fitness, cut through all the nonsense and work closely with you to identify your goals, what works for you, what you enjoy and most importantly of all, what you can maintain long term. These principles are crucial to achieving the best possible results.

 

I’ll be honest, there is no “one size fits all” approach - no one diet is the best, no particular way of exercising is best. We’re all unique so the notion that we should all eat and exercise the same way is wrong. You don’t need to eat bland, boring foods in order to lose weight and you don’t need to spend hours doing exercises you hate or find boring. If we eat foods we don’t like and do things we don’t enjoy to get results then we may achieve short term success but it’s not sustainable in the long term and before we know it, boom – we’re back to square one.

 

It’s not about trying to overhaul everything as fast as possible. It’s about making small changes over time which will add up to long term success. This means not only will you be able to achieve the results you want, you’ll also be able to maintain them.

 

The key to achieving (and maintaining) optimal health and fitness is consistency. This means using an approach that achieves results and is maintainable over the long term. 

No more extreme diets.

No more extreme diets.

No more quick fixes.

No more quick fixes.

No more short cuts.

No more short cuts.

 No more diet failures.

No more diet failures.

It’s about eating foods that are familiar, that give you pleasure, that you actually like. It’s about doing exercise and activity which you enjoy and improve your health and fitness. It’s about designing a plan based around you. 

 

Working together as a team, we will set specific, realistic and achievable goals which will improve your body composition, strength, fitness and overall health - taking your mind and body to places you never thought they could go.  I will give you all the guidance, knowledge and support you need to not only get the results you want, but also maintain them… and we’ll have fun in the process! 

 

Because everybody has different goals in mind, all of my personal training programs are bespoke.  I’ll make sure that your workouts are fun, challenging, varied and get you the best results possible. Through the application of exercise, nutritional planning, body composition tests and interim target setting, I will ensure that you are constantly moving in the right direction towards the most awesome version of yourself possible. 

 

[So, what do I ask from you in return I hear you say…? (other than payment that is!)…. Dedication and honesty, that’s all I can ask for.  As long as you’re dedicated, together we will achieve your goals.  As long as you're honest, we can work through any hic-ups along the way]  I don’t expect perfection but as long as we are always improving, we will succeed.

The best diet is the one you’ll stick to.

The best diet is the one you’ll stick to.

The best way to exercise is to do things you enjoy.

The best way to exercise is to do things you enjoy.

The best way to get a flatter stomach is consistency.

The best way to get a flatter stomach is consistency.

Eat carbs, they’re awesome (in the right amount), they taste good, they give you energy and they allow you to recover between workouts.

Eat carbs, they’re awesome (in the right amount), they taste good, they give you energy and they allow you to recover between workouts.

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